At Massage Sanctuary, nationally certified massage therapist Brandon Woolard offers his clients the opportunity to relax and receive personalized massages in a soothing atmosphere. After initial consultations—complete with a box full of stress stones if customers need some preliminary unwinding—guests undress to their own comfort levels and fit between sheets, ready for calming massages. As he works, Brandon encourages his customers to speak up about comfort levels in case the heated table is too hot or the aromatherapy ostrich too pungent and squawking. Brandon soothes backs and muscles with a variety of modalities, incorporating Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, hot-stone, and aromatherapy methods into his massages. Afterward, complimentary mints and water rejuvenate the senses as customers, suspended in massage euphoria, go home, take hot baths or showers, and maintain relaxed states.
After medical retirement from the Navy, Tammy Frazier knew she wanted to do something in the healing arts. And as a mother of three, massage therapy was a perfect fit for her schedule. She's found a deep love for bringing people relief from pain and stress??the same pain and stress that she's suffered from herself. At Transformations Wellness Center, Tammy can promote relaxation with flowing Swedish strokes or use firmer deep-tissue techniques for focused healing. Prenatal massages during second and third trimester are also available.
The licensed massage therapists at O So Relaxed knead sore muscles with a variety of techniques. They promote relaxation with Swedish techniques, and prenatal massages. They also enhance massages with reflexology, paraffin treatments, and aromatherapy.